Biodiversity Conservation is an undergraduate and postgraduate course at The Australian National University. We review the key threats to biodiversity and explore policy and management options to mitigate these. Among many hands-on activities, students must complete work experience and reflect upon this experience in a blog they publish here.
- A straw shows which way the wind blows: Threatened biodiversity in Australian Capital Territory
- If you like it, then you should have kept the rings in it: Mature eucalypt tree loss will lead to decreased bird diversity in urban landscapes
- Volunteering with researchers from around the world to conserve biodiversity
- Tree watching (bird surveys)
- A Hollow Future: Impacts of Urban Development on Canberra’s Bird Populations